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for being with us. we'll see you back here soon. >>> tonight, high drama in the george zimmerman trail. tray vob's mother testifying that the voice here on the 911 audiotape screaming in the background belongs to her dead son. and the attorney for trayvon's family is here to go on the record. >> have you ever heard him while he was growing up, heard him cry or yelling? >> yes. >> you think he's yelling help? >> yes. >> there just were gun shots. >> just heard gunshots? >> yes. >> screaming or yelling, do you recognize that? >> yes. >> and who do you recognize that to be? >> trayvon benjamin martin. >> you know whose voice that was screaming in the background? >> yes, sir. >> whose voice was that? >> my son, george. >> are you certain of that? >> because he's my son. >> what was the manner of death, sir? >> the manner of death is home. he was killed by another person. he was still alive, and he was killed. he was suffering. >> objection. not a relevant issue. >> just a second. your objection is relevance? overruled. >> there's only one reason to squeeze the trigger at someone's heart and that
. >>> tonight, high drama in the george zimmerman trail. tray vob's mother testifying that the voice here on the 911 audiotape screaming in the background belongs to her dead son. and the attorney for trayvon's family is here to go on the record. >> have you ever heard him while he was growing up, heard him cry or yelling? >> yes. >> you think he's yelling help? >> yes. >> there just were gun shots. >> just heard gunshots? >> yes. >> screaming or yelling, do you recognize that? >> yes. >> and who do you recognize that to be? >> trayvon benjamin martin. >> you know whose voice that was screaming in the background? >> yes, sir. >> whose voice was that? >> my son, george. >> are you certain of that? >> because he's my son. >> what was the manner of death, sir? >> the manner of death is home. he was killed by another person. he was still alive, and he was killed. he was suffering. >> objection. not a relevant issue. >> just a second. your objection is relevance? overruled. >> there's only one reason to squeeze the trigger at someone's heart and that's because you mean to kill them, there is n
martin? the jury deliberations george zimmerman's fate. >>> sharknado, and the social media tidal wave. what makes the absurd such a guilty pleasure. >>> and with the running of the bulls in spain, adrenalin junkies are gorged and thrown away. and yet, they continue. tonight, on feed frenzy, we're running from the bulls. >> keep it right here, america. "nightline" is back in just 60 seconds. >>> from new york city, this is "nightline" with cynthia mcfadden. >>> good evening, and thank you for joining us, the case which has gripped much of the nation's attention is now in the hands of the jury. six women, five of them white, will decide the fate of george zimmerman charged with second degree murder in the death of 17-year-old trayvon martin. prosecutors claim zimmerman was a want to be cop who took the law into his own hands when he saw a young black man in his suburban neighborhood. zimmerman says he was acting in self defense. they are urging calm, whatever the verdict, more on the george zimmerman trial. >> your verdict finding george zimmerman either guilty or not guilty must be una
, arthur. martha: hello, everybody. with this fox news alert the george zimmerman trial heads to closing arguments today. the jury could get this case as soon as tomorrow. as we saw, even more high drama in the courtroom. the star witness was a dummy. gregg: i'm gregg jarrett in for bill hemmer. things got heated when judge debra nelson pressed george zimmerman over whether he was going to take the witness stand. >> mr. zimmerman have you made a decision whether you want to testify in this case? >> not at this time. >> how long do you think before you make that decision. >> may we have an opportunity to speak? the case isn't concluded yet. >> i understand that. and i asked mr. zimmerman if he needed more time to talk to his attorneys and if he does i will afford it to him. mr. zimmerman, now much more time do you think actual need to discuss this with your attorneys. >> on mr. zimmerman's behalf. >> i'm asking your client questions, please, mr. west. martha: that was something yesterday. there is a lot of questions about that exchange. we'll get into that a little later with judge janine
zimmerman, including closing statements when the jury resumes tomorrow at 10:00. "hardball" is next. >>> the defense rests. let's play "hardball." good evening. in for chris matthews. day 22 of the george zimmerman trial, the defense has rested and george zimmerman has chosen not to testify although not before a tense exchange between judge debra nelson and defense attorney don west as the judge asks zimmerman whether he wanted to testify on his own behalf. it was a day in which both prosecution and defense attorneys used a mannequin to demonstrate what may have happened between trayvon martin and george zimmerman before the gun fired, killing martin. dennis root, public safety expert called by the defense, testified that the physical capabilities of george zimmerman were weaker than those of trayvon martin and martin was in better physical condition. msnbc's craig melvin has been monitoring all of today's proceedings. he joins us from the florida courthouse. we will not be hearing directly from george zimmerman? >> reporter: no, michael, that was the headline today. good evening to
of the george zimmerman trial. the defense has rested and george zimmerman has chosen not to testify although not before a tense exchange between judge debra nelson and defense attorney don west as the judge asks zimmerman whether he wanted to testify on his own behalf. the prosecution is now scheduled to begin its closing arguments tomorrow at 1:00 p.m. eastern time while the defense is to start on friday morning. in addition, prosecutors are saying they would like to include the lesser charges of manslaughter and aggravated assault. but the defense has objected, so that will likely be settled tomorrow. today was a day in which both prosecution and defense attorneyed used a pan quin to demonstrate what may have happened between trayvon martin and george zimmerman before the gun fired kicking martin. dennis root, public safety expert called by the defense, testified that the physical capabilities of george zimmerman were weaker than those of trayvon martin and that martin was in better physical condition. msnbc's craig melvin has been monitoring all of today's proceedings. he joins us from th
zimmerman. they heard similar testimony from the mothers frof trayvon martin and george zimmerman. martin's mother testifying for the prosecution and then just a short while later zimmerman's mother testifying for the defense. >> you heard screaming or yelling. do you recognize that? >> yes. >> and who do you recognize that to be? >> trayvon benjamin martin. >> do you know whose voice that was screaming in the background? >> yes, sir. >> whose voice was that? >> my son george. >> george zimmerman has pleaded not guilty to the shooting death of trayvon martin. he claims self-defense. so no experts being allowed to weigh in with their testimony on exactly who that voice is on the 911 tape. so how does this affect the jury? >> the jury is left to its own devices to decide which mother it believes. and you now see, alex, how important it would have been for the state to get that expert testimony in to say based on our expert testimony, it's trayvon martin. and listening to the dueling mothers it's hard to think where the jury beliefs. >> do you think they'll say, i hope it's her. >> it's not
word" with lawrence o'donnell. >>> today was a 13-hour court day in the george zimmerman trial. and tomorrow could be the last day of testimony. >> the defense in the george zimmerman trial continued outlining its case this morning. court is back in session in the george zimmerman trial. >> by calling a forensic pathologist. >> their third day of calling witnesses to the stand. >> to analyze the gunshot that killed trayvon martin. >> testimony has just wrapped up from a forensic pathologist. >> the defense turns to the forensic pathologist for the evidence of the shooting. >> the muzzle of the gun is against closing -- >> that is part of the firing process. >> there will be a hole made in the clothing. >> this is the kind of hard scientific evidence that jurors tend to like. >> most of the morning, however, was consumed with a hearing without the jury. >> the court is hearing several motions. >> the animation of zimmerman's events. >> the 11th day of testimony in the george zimmerman trial. >> it is day three of the defense testimony. >> the case is just now days away from wrap
, some days you just feel like the foam dummy in the zimmerman trial. had a wtf story for jacki in florida, but we'll wait. marcia clark who has been so great all over the tv on this trial, and we'll talk with john fugelsang in hour number three. also dcc -- i also get that wrong, dccc steve isreal calls in to talk about the gop house caucus. in the meantime here she is jacki schechner in the current news center. >> good morning, everybody. happy friday. the jury starts deliberation in the george zimmerman trial today. the prosecution tried to convince jurors that george zimmerman was not in imminent life-threatening danger. they honed in on statements following the deadly altercation. now the defense gets three hours to wrap up its case and will argue that zimmerman is not a racist and was was being beaten when we fired his shot. we're going to head over to russia now and check in on edward snowden who has invited people to come visit him in his new home in the moscow airport. he sent a letter to human rights organizations to join him in the center of the
sailed into a balcony after their parasail broke free. >>steve: let's talk about the george zimmerman trial. it looks as if the jury will wind up with the case by this afternoon. what's interesting is yesterday the prosecution asked for, in addition to second-degree murder charges, also a lesser charge of manslaughter, which the way things work in florida, he could still wind up, because it does involve a gun, with life in prison if he is convicted of manslaughter in florida. extraordinarily, though, the prosecution also tried to get the judge to agree to murder in the third degree based on the fact that trayvon martin was only 17 years old, which would be child abuse they argued. the defense attorney could not believe that. listen. >> oh my god. just when i thought this case couldn't get any more bizarre, the state is seeking third-degree murder based on child abuse? is the court going to give this any serious contention or consideration? if so, we have a lot of talking to do. when trayvon martin is shot straddling george zimmerman, pummeling him, that somehow george zimmerman was en
, tonight on "all in" the fear factor as the defense rests in the trial of george zimmerman, closing arguments set to begin tomorrow, already, bill o'reilly and others are raising the racial spector. the oil train, what went wrong to cause this truly horrific crash? and the river of fire that's killed at least 20 people and absolutely devastated a small town in quebec. >>> plus, the tea party in georgia, is all for solar energy, and now they're going head to head with the koch brothers over it, this is reality trumping politics. i will have the national coordinator for the tea party patriots coming up. >>> we begin tonight with immigration reform on life support. and the surgeon in the e.r. trying to save the day is george w. bush. >> it's my honor to introduce the 43rd president of the united states of america. >> in the 1790s, an immigrant from ireland designed the white house. in the 1990s, 200 years later an immigrant from russia helped create the internet search engine google. >> former president george w. bush is front and center today, weighing in on immigration reform. >> tha
. >>steve: a wild day in court in the george zimmerman trial ending with questions about the judge's behavior. >> on mr. zimmerman's behalf -- >> i'm asking your client questions. please, mr. west. >> i object to the court inquiring of mr. zimmerman as to his decision about whether or not to testify. >> your objection is overruled. >>steve: really? did the judge go way too far right there. greta van susteren weighs in. you'll be shocked. >>brian: imagine driving directly into a mudslide. >> oh my god. >>brian: wow. a car swallowed up and how the driver made it out with his video camera. "fox & friends" starts now. ♪ ♪ >>gretchen: good morning everybody. >>brian: i lived in malibu for awhile. those mudslides a little bit scary. i'm always there after the mud arrives so you know your commute is about three and a half hours longer. >>steve: wait till you see that video. by the way, you know what today is? >>gretchen: national slurpee day. >>steve: it's 7-eleven! >>gretchen: every day is national something day. >>brian: it's also slurpee day. i heard that 7-eleven is going to be op
trial of george zimmerman began, the defense will deliver its closing argument as nbc's ron mott reports, yesterday's final presentation by prosecutors capped weeks of dramatic testimony. >> a teenager is dead. he is dead through no fault of his own. he is dead because another man made assumptions. >> reporter: the state started its closing in the less explosive fashion than it opened. >> [ bleep ] punks. these [ bleep ] punks they always get away. >> reporter: but made the same argument about trayvon martin's killing to the all-women jury. >> the man that is guilty of second-degree murder. >> reporter: that george zimmerman should go to prison for profiling, following, confronting and shooting the unarmed teenager last year. >> why does this defendant get out of the car and he thinks that trayvon martin is a threat to him? why? why? because he's got a gun. he's got the equalizer. >> reporter: with zimmerman's and martin's parents all in court for the first time since day one. >> [ bleep ] they always get away. >> reporter: the prosecutor said zimmerman sized up martin as a criminal duri
george zimmerman and trayvon martin. they will also talk about whether they will hear about trayvon martin's text messages which shows he was planning to buy a gun. they testified it is possible trayvon martin punched george zimmerman despite a lack of bruising on his hand. >> in other words, george zimmerman may have punched trayvon martin? >> that is correct sir. >> 29,000 have forecast -- have for -- 29,000 are undergoing a hunger are strike. this is the third largest in history. >>> they are headed westbound blocking one of the fast lanes and it doesn't sound like major injuries however it is there and traffic is not slow yet but i bet it will be slow here on highway 4 unless they get that out of the way soon. we are looking at live pictures on the bay bridge approach and that looks nice and it is still early to get into the city and there are no major delays and driving in the southbound soon, also 101 and 87 is doing well, steve? >>> it is hot and humid and this is tropical moisture and it looks like it will stay in california maybe santa clara, i doubt in it will -- i doubt i
, then stop saying they want a country based on christian values because they don't. scott says zimmerman is not guilty as sin. the prosecution failed to prove their case. he will be acquitted. we'll talk to avery friedman about that in the next hour as well here on today's "full court press." [ ♪ theme ♪ ] >> bill: good morning everybody. what do you say? happy friday. it's friday, july 12 here on the "full court press" coming to you live from our nation's capital. and our studio right here on capitol hill. in washington, d.c. where we will bring you up to date on the latest news from our nation's capital, from around the country. from around the globe. and most importantly give you a chance to tell us what it means to you. little town hall here. conversation every morning. for three hours on your local progressive talk radio station and here on current tv. you can give us your thoughts by phone at 1-866-55-press. express your opinions on twitter at bpshow and on facebook at facebook.com/billpressshow. big drama in the senate yesterday where harry reid dropped a hammer on republicans
trial of george zimmerman. yesterday the big question was whether or not the neighborhood watch volunteer should actually take the stand in his own defense. nbc's ron mott reports for us. >> reporter: george zimmerman made up his mind. >> what is your decision, sir? >> after consulting with counsel, not to testify, your honor. >> reporter: earlier as the defense wound up its case with witnesses yet to call, things got testy. >> i am asking your client questions. please, mr. west. >> i object to the court inquiring of mr. zimmerman as to his decision about whether or not to testify -- >> your objection is overruled. mr. zimmerman, i will give you more time to discuss this with your attorneys. thank you very much. >> the tension between don west and judge debra nelson appears leftover from an afterhours court session. >> judge, i'm not physically able to keep up this pace much longer. it's 10:00 at night. we started this morning. we've had full days every day. weekends, depositions at night. >> reporter: most of this final day in the defense case focused on the testimony of an exp
in the george zimmerman trial. testimony stretching into the night and then this dramatic ending. >> you've had full days every day, weekends, depositions at night. >>gretchen: a judge walking out on the defense. >>steve: never good. >>gretchen: and what this man said. it could be the most compelling testimony yet. >>steve: a bombshell against nfl star aaron hernandez. he pulled the trigger? new evidence just released. >>brian: on deck today on capitol hill, a vote to slash funding to the i.r.s. but democrats say they're responsible. the i.r.s. needs that money. so what do they use it for? this -- ♪ ♪ here we go >> come on now! >>brian: you can't line dance for free. someone's got to pay for it. i guess it should be us. "fox & friends" starts now. ♪ ♪ >>steve: welcome everybody. "fox & friends" live from new york city. >>gretchen: welcome everybody. i think we've been in the news recently. >>brian: i think so. >>gretchen: i want to say thank you to all the viewers who have been dedicated to our show for the last seven years and i'm thrilled to be moving to my own show coming up in sept
. jury in the george zimmerman trial will be resuming deliberations in one hour and a live report from the courthouse when they do. right now start with what happened to immigration reform this week. house republicans reaffirm their operation to the senate sweeping reform package after charting their strategy on wednesday. the bipartisan bill received a whopping fl votes in the chamber but republicans in the house were not so impressed. >> it was not a well thought out approach in the senate. it's for the reason that the senate bill has ever little chance of being considered here. >> very important that republicans make this statement that unless there is border security first, there will be no bill. >> trusting barack obama is like trusting my daughter with bill, we just don't trust him. >> the house gop is now likely to advance individual elements of reform as separate bills. meal piece approach to stretch the process into the fall. speaking earlier in the day on wednesday, though, george w. bush broke his five-year silence to put his thumb on the scale for reform. >> i don't tend to
as today in the george zimmerman trial. he is the former neighborhood watchman charged in the shooting death of trayvon martin. the prosecution presented its closing arguments yesterday and this morning is the defense's turn. zimmerman is charged with second degree murder. but yesterday the judge ruled he could also consider the lesser charge of manslaughter. >> i do not want this jury looking at this and feeling the loss suggests sympathy should be considered. >> i ask you to come back with a verdict that speaks the truth. a verdict that is just. >> reporter: if convicted of second degree murder. if convicted of manslaughter he could be sentenced to 30 years. >>> just a little more than an hour from now edward snowden has reportedly scheduled a meeting with human rights groups at the moscow airport. if that happens this could be the first public sighting of snowden. an e-mail invitation from snowden was sent last night to several human rights groups. meantime there are reports the national security agency is concerned about the possibility that snowden had access to and will release f
, the defense in the george zimmerman murder trial is presenting its closing arguments. the former neighborhood watchman is charged the in the shooting death of 7-year-old trayvon martin are. stacy cohen is live in sanford florida where the jury could get the case sometime today. stacy. >> reporter: yeah, they're about halfway through. defense attorney mark o'mara is halfway through the closing arguments. he gets three hours basically to make his pitch that his client george zimmerman is not guilty. now the defenses turn as a george zimmerman awaits eventual judgment from a jury on whether or not he is guilty of second-degreed murder of 17- year-old trayvon martin. his legal team made closing arguments friday. >> george zimmerman is not guilty if you have reasonable doubt that he acted in self- defense. >> reporter: he was killed when he was shot by zimmerman on february 26th of last year. if not convicted of second- degree murder, judge debra nelson has said he can be found guilty of manslaughter. his family is keeping strong. >> prayerful and hopeful to good and this is going to end in cruz f
coverage on verdict watch here for george zimmerman. you're looking at live pictures of the courthouse in sanford, florida. that's where the jury is trying to agree on george zimmerman's fate. the jury has been deliberating just over 4 1/2 hours. so we'll be taking it to you. this is our special coverage, of course. the zimmerman trial, cnn has been following this from the beginning. official on day two of verdict watch. good morning to everybody. i'm chris cuomo. >> i'm kate bolduan. welcome to our viewers all over the country. >> they are hard at work. they started at 9:00 this morning. last night they ended it at
. >>> jury deliberations could start as early as today in the george zimmerman trial. he is the former neighborhood watchman charged in the shooting death of trayvon martin. moments ago the defense started presenting its closing arguments. prosecution presented its closing arguments yesterday. zimmerman is charged with second degree murder but also they ruled the jury could consider the lesser charge of manslaughter. >> i do not want this jury looking at this and feeling that laws suggest that sympathy should be considered. >> i ask you to come back with a verdict that speaks the truth. a verdict that is just. >> now if convicted of second degree murder zimmerman could get life in prison. if convicted of manslaughter he could be sentenced to 30 years. >>> u.s. immigration authorities are putting mexican's caught illegally entering the us on flights back to their hometowns rather than just releasing them at the border. the idea is to discourage them from trying to cross into the u.s. again. it's also a hope the program will cut down on crime in mexican border towns where the deported im
to be in the boston courtroom for his arraignment. >> defense in the george zimmerman trial expected to rest its case later today. first the judge will rule if text messages and facebook postings from trayvon martin can be admitted as evidence. >> investigators looking into the quebec train derailment are considering criminal negligence as a possible cause. they want to know if some one tampered with the brakes. the explosion killed 15. 35 are still missing. >> former vice presidential candidate and alaskan governor sarah palin is considering a return to politics considering a run for the u.s. senate next year. those are some of our top stories on this wednesday, july 10th. >> announcer: from abc new, this is "world news now" with john muller and diana perez. >> good morning, everybody. hump day. >> hump day. >> july 10th. >> a special half-hour for you guys. favorite summertime songs. we are going to share them with you. we have a list made up of the best summertime songs out there. >> put together by "rolling stone" magazine. a few of our own. should be good. >> wonder if yours is on there. you hav
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this hour as the jury in the george zimmerman jury trial begins a second day of deliberations this morning. that's a live look outside the courthouse in sanford, florida. the soix-member all-female jury weighing whether the volunteer watch murdered trayvon martin. george zimmerman claiming self-defense. if he's found guilty, he faces a minimum 25 years, the maximum is life in prison and a $10,000 fine. meantime, police and civic leaders are pleading for calm in sanford and all over the country no matter what the verdict. the county sheriff saying there's no party in this case who wants to see any violence. of course we'll bring you the verdict. i'm gregg jared. now back to "bulls and bears." >>> unions that once backed the health care law now backing away from it. the international brotherhood of electrical workers just joining the backlash launching an ad against it. forget the hypocrisy. gary b., you say unions actually have it right this time? >> well, you know, brenda, you know i'm bias and always a big fan of unions. it goes without saying i'd be speaking up for them. but in this case
"orlando sentinel" the defense expected to rest this week in the murder trial of george zimmerman after calling a critical witness to the stand. yesterday a criminal pathologist testified a bullet hole around trayvon's martin's chest appears the 17-year-old was on top zimmerman at the time of the shooting. >>> "boston globe," dzhokhar tsarnaev will make his first appearance in federal court today. victims' family members and survivors of the attack are expected to be at the heavily attended hearing. the 19-year-old suspect faces a litany of charges in the spree of violence in april that left four people dead and some 200 people injured. >>> "chicago sun times" canadian authorities opening a criminal probe in the deadly crash of oil tanker train cars in quebec. the death toll at 15 with dozens missing. the coroner's office said some of the victims may have been, quote, vaporized in last saturday's explosion. terrorism ruled out the head of the rail company that operates the train accused local firefighters of disabling the train's air brakes fighting a smaller fire aboard earlier in the
zimmerman's mother is still reeling. >>> 8:14. the chairman of the ntsb revealing more details about the final moments before saturday's crash-landing at sfo. as kyla campbell reports from our washington, d.c. newsroom, investigators are getting second-by-second information by kay kyla. >> reporter: the chairman said there's no indication in cockpit voice recordings that there was any trouble until the final seconds before the imimpact. the -- impact. four seconds before the crash, the plane warned the pilots the system was gonna stall. 1.5 seconds the pilot asked to aboard the landing but it was too late. the head of the ntsb is investigating the crews' training and whether they were using auto pilots or hand flying the plane. >> we need to refine the raw data and corroborate it with radar track date ta from air traffic control to get a good -- data from air traffic control to get a good accurate feed. j. korean officials will inspect the -- korean officials will inspect these airlines. there are about 50 in their neat. >>> an emotional vigil in china as people there mourn the two y
people missing, george zimmerman is accused in the death of trayvon martin. the defense rested its case yesterday and they requested to dismiss the case. the neighborhood watch volunteer said he shot and killed trayvon martin in self- defense. >> is it your decision to not testify in this case? >> yes your honor. >> are you making that choice freely and voluntarily? >> yes, your honor. >> they are preparing for didn't tracings. >> with two federal agencies started yesterday morning. they say the schools are not being shut down and no students or faculty are in any danger. they could not say if they were related to any problems. they were accused of funneling three companies they own. >>> they are eliminating danger troops in so many as 18 countries. then found security conditions i am improve -- have improves. some of the countries are slighted to be removed from the dangerous assignment ll1al0fitte complex including it may open on labor day weekend after all. it would be delayed until december due to faulty bolts but now an independent engineering he can bert and this you call for a br
. >>> happening now in sanford, florida. system in the george zimmerman trial. this is live video from the courtroom. it looked like there was some movement in there. today, the jury could hear about trayvon martin's use of marijuana and see a computer animation of the shooting. yesterday, the defense called martin's father to the stand, he testified it's his son's voice on 911 calls begging for help. two sanford police officers testified during the investigation martin's father said the screams were not his son's. >>> nearly 150 female inmates were sterile lizzed by doctors at california prisons. a new investigation suggests it was done without proper state approval. according to the center for investigative reporting, doctors under contract with the prison system carried out the tubal ligations between 2006 and 2010. the women were signed up for the surge surgery while they were pregnant. many say they were coerced into the procedure. state law requires that each tubal ligation be approved by top medical officials. the doctor in charge of tracking these says he's not seen any since
that tray vonn martin's text cannot be introduced as evidence in george zimmerman's trial. those texts reportedly discuss fights that martin had been in in the school. judge ruled the animation re- creation cannot be introduced as evidence. defense attorneys may be able to use it during closing arguments. >>> new documents filed in the case of aaron hernandez are linking him to more than one murder. a vehicle wanted in a tubl killing in boston one year ago was rented in hernandez's name. the filing includes system from a man who was with hernandez the night odin was killed. >>> the texas house is scheduled to hold a final vote on controversial abortion restrictions, despite strong opposition from women's rights groups. >> i know that you know that you don't want to put your constituents back to the back alleys -- >> the measure is expected to pass after being approved in a provisional vote. the bill would ban most abortions after 20 weeks of pregnancy and required this action on it. >>> former alaska governor sarah palin may run for senate. yesterday, the 2008 republican vice president
at the george zimmerman trial in florida. today's testimony for the defense, on this 911 call the might trayvon martin was killed. >> i don't know why i think they are yelling help but i don't know. just send someone quick please. >> does he look hurt to you? >> i can't see them. i don't want to go out ther
to be a lot of news happening including the zimmerman trial and the very latest in that horrible fatal crash that happened in san francisco. >> exactly. "fox & friends" starts right now for all of that. >> good morning. hope you had a great weekend. it is now monday, july 8. i'm gretchen carlson. thanks for sharing your time. >>> brand-new footage of the moments of impact of that plane crash. new clues on why that plane did crash into a san francisco runway, like the pilot was in training. we're live on the scene. >>steve: hundreds survived the crash but would you know what to do if you were in one of those seats. tips you need to stay alive when that happens. like which seat is the safest on the plane. you'll want to know the next time you go about looking at airplanes. >>brian: the government now relying on the honor system, which is always effective, to determine who is eligible for government health care. how exactly is that supposed to work? we'll unweave it, we'll untangle it, because "fox & friends," according to to my run down, which is right here, starts now. >>steve: it's upside do
or was it george zimmerman and, of course, the answer determines more likely who is -- who is the one -- whether or not the shooting was an act of self-defense. >> right. >> so very important. the mothers, of course, each heard her own voice. now would you recognize your child's voice? i feel i would. >> yeah. >> tapes, you know, recordings distort things a little bit. basically we know someone's wrong, but we wouldn't go so far as to say someone is not telling the truth. >> i think i would. i speak as a woman here. i had a child who was injured and her cry, i mean the different cries, make you react physically. >> and i, you know, he's now a young adult, and i feel like if i heard him in distress i would know. >> you would just know it. >> from the time he was born, i was racing down the hall because i could tell his voice from 30 other babies in the nursery. >> exactly. all right. this is a great piece. everyone should look. back into politics. we already argued a little bit about our argument about eliot spitzer and i'll bring you into it now. your take? having worked with him as a co-host th
at conservative's new war on women and why women of color could help turn the tide. plus, the george zimmerman trial and civil rights legend. she's coming up live from the festival in new orleans. we'll see you right here tomorrow at 8:00. thanks for getting up. i love to eat. i love hanging out with my friends. i have a great fit with my dentures. i love kiwis. i've always had that issue with the seeds getting under my denture. super poligrip free -- it creates a seal of the dentures in my mouth. even well-fitting dentures let in food particles. super poligrip is zinc free. with just a few dabs, it's clinically proven to seal out more food particles so you're more comfortable and confident while you eat. super poligrip free made the kiwi an enjoyable experience. [ charlie ] try zinc free super poligrip. made the kiwi an enjoyable experience. aren't always the most obvious. take the humble stevia plant, with a surprising secret to share: sweetness. truvia sweetener. zero-calorie sweetness, born from the stevia leaf. from nature, for sweetness. [ french accent ] antacid! sorry, i have gas. but
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